From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul> Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2011 12:29:41 -0300 Archived: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 15:01:48 -0400 Subject: Re: New Official Brazilian UFO Files >From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul> >To: <post.nul> >Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 11:55:29 -0300 >Subject: Re: New Official Brazilian UFO Files <snip> >Wrong again. And twice. First, the documents you refer to have >never been made public before, as you believe. Never. The Army >persistently refused to give the Military Inquiry about the >Varginha Case even when it was told so by some congressmen. This is not true, as stated both in official statements and confirmed by UFO researcher Ubirajara Rodrigues, the first and main Varginha Case researcher, who was asked to give his affidavit in this inquiry, both of which conflicts with the version you present. Rodrigues clarified to me the inquiry has been openly available for public view immediately after it was archived. As is required by law, and as the Inquiry has nothing extraordinary about it. Rodrigues has a copy of it, and he didn't get it through the IstoE journalists nor through your campaign (which obtained the copy from IstoE). <snip> >What documents you refer to? To the newspaper clippings? >Magazine clippings? Old files from Navy released decades ago >because they have nothing useful or revealing? Well they were, >indeed. But what kind of "efforts" are those you claim? I have spent years and my own money researching the Trindade case. And I shared documents with fellow researchers, including those with a different opinion on it. You lost the first prints you received from Barauna. It's interesting you would say the Trindade Navy Documents "have nothing useful or revealing", because they are as useful and revealing as the ones released by the Air Force and claimed by your campaign. Just like theirs, they reveal some authorities believe in the ETH, to the point of having this belief stated in official reports and even policy, but the actual evidence to support these beliefs is as uncertain as the ones we civilians deal with. <snip> >it is simply unthinkable that cases >involving, for example, commercial airlines pursued by UFOs with >200 people on board wouldn't be subject to a serious >investigations, especially for its flight security aspects, and >only be smoothly sent to the National Archives. Certainly. That's why the BAF has cleverly determined, through its published legislation, that incidents related to National Security are to be treated differently. The UFO-related policies have no priority over other policies regarding security classification. Also, they didn't even establish a schedule for the reports it receives to be forwarded to the National Archives. >Oh, boy! Can't >you see that it is not only unthinkable but also an absurd that >the Aviation Authority in Brazil would simply take the report >and then say to the commander of that jetliner, "ok, sir, thank >you for your cooperation and have a nice day", and then send the >report to the National Archives. Wake up, Kentaro Mori! What I see is that the Brazilian Air Force has followed the clever international policy -- begun by the US after ending Project Bluebook -- which only undermines naive conspiracy theorists. The more disclosure we see, the more the skeptical position is favored. I'm not replying to personal claims and attacks. I made none, and I will consider none. Kentaro Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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